Adult Sunday School meets at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday, September through May. The following classes are offered:
Faith in the World
Teachers: Mark Brown, Jeff Ingram, Clay Jones, and Lila Piercey
This class will read and discuss Tired of Apologizing for a Church I Don’t Belong to: Spirituality with Stereotypes by Lillian Daniel. The writer urges Chistians to explore ways to talk about their faith journeys.
Their other book to study is How Jesus Saves the World from Us by Morgan Guyton.
Teachers: Davis Gray, Linda McGroom
This class begins with a study of Revelation, a message to an early church in crisis, and offers an affirmation of hope.
This class also will study Jonah and Ruth, examining God’s love for the outsider and even the enemy.
Their final study will be Parables and will help the class discover God’s truth for today’s dilemmas.
Coordinator: Richard Raines, Jaime Groce
This adult class will be studying resources called Feasting on the Word; they study the scripture texts as they arise in the Revised Common Lectionary, a lectionary for worship now used by many Protestant churches, including ours; the lectionary includes readings for Sunday services. Lively discussion can be expected. Class members see their class as an excellent preparation for the weekly worship experience.